Restaurants with a liquor licence can serve alcohol, says FT Minister


Restaurants with a liquor licence are allowed to serve alcoholic beverages for dine-ins, said Federal Territory Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa.

When asked to clarify on the confusion about restaurants not being allowed to serve liquor, he said the problem was not the liquor but the business.

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